April 15, 2020

Bite-Size Reply #9: Is this challenge self-defeating? And can we demand certainty with anything? Let’s jump in. Read more

April 13, 2020

In part 1, we considered William Lane Craig’s childishly flawed defense of the Trinity. Now let’s see if he can support his claim that the moral character of the Christian god beats that of the Muslim god. Read more

April 10, 2020

William Lane Craig compares Christianity with Islam and argues that the Trinitarian Christian god is better, but his theological errors would earn him an F if this were a freshman paper. Read more

April 8, 2020

Bite-Size Reply #8: If Christians just do their best, that should be good enough for God. How does the Christian reply? Let’s critique. Read more

April 6, 2020

Bite-Size Reply #7: Maybe God has good reasons to be hidden, or maybe he’s not so hidden after all. Let’s critique. Read more

April 3, 2020

Prof. Bart Ehrman’s blog gives a fascinating look at early Christianity through scholars’ eyes. Need something thought provoking to read during the quarantine? It’s now free. Read more

April 3, 2020

Suppose you’re a conservative politician and you want to pick and choose your science based on how it pleases you. How do you justify that? Here are some tricks to use if you want to support that agenda (or to watch out for if you actually care about the science). Read more

April 1, 2020

Bite-Size Reply #6: Religions aren’t like mushrooms, some good and some bad. They’re more like snakebites. And we know that societies have invented religions by the thousands, so why imagine Christianity is different? Read more

March 30, 2020

Bite-Size Reply #5: Let’s run through a few Bible contradictions and consider what real eyewitness testimony would look like. Read more

March 27, 2020

Tabloid magazines used to report psychics’ predictions for that year. And every year, those predictions succeed no better than chance. Evangelical Christian “prophets” are eager for the end times, but their predictions are just as bad. Read more

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